Daily News Roundup – 17 February 2014

Categories: In The Media.

Campaigners push ahead in bid for £4m independent hospice for Great Yarmouth and Waveney

EDP 24

After years of tireless campaigning, lobbying and fundraising, a team of caring crusaders have seen their dream to build a hospice for Great Yarmouth and Waveney begin to take shape

Hospice third time lucky with Wish

Liverpool Echo

Zoe’s Place baby hospice is gearing up for a garden makeover thanks to the ECHO’s Wish campaign.

College staff help out at St Giles Hospice

Lichfield Mercury

Staff from South Staffordshire College pulled out all the stops to support a St Giles Hospice on National Volunteer Day.

Cotswold Care Hospice praised for top standards

Gloucester Citizen

Health care inspectors praised Cotswold Care Hospice staff and how they treats people who uses the charity’s services.

Make a Real Difference and Join the St Luke’s ‘Change Makers’!

Stoke Sentinel

As a Change Maker you will volunteer to share news of the launch of a highly innovative fundraising scheme ‘Care2Save’ in your local area, via Facebook, Twitter, social and work circles.

First-class charity stamp sale raises thousands for hospice

Beverley Guardian

The sale of a rare collection of stamps at a Beverley auction has raised over £7,500 for Martin House Hospice in Boston.

Plan to name and shame the country’s worst care homes

Herald Scotland

The Care Inspectorate, which inspects and regulates 14,000 n­urseries, care homes and other vital services across Scotland, insists people have a right to know when performance is unacceptable.

How to collaborate and partner with other sectors as a small charity

The Guardian

Cross-sector collaboration is not just for the big boys. Small charities have a lot to gain too – indeed many already are.

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